On the first we could not pay the rent. On the 9th we had $800 of the $1200 rent. I sent it in regular correspondence. Then a week later I overnighted the $400. I talked to the landlord rep and she said that would be ok. Now today I achieve an eviction notice. The guy that delivered it said it was not an eviction concentration just a demand for rent. But on the papers it says unlawfull detainer. I hold proof they received the $400 but the $800. What can I do so I don't get evicted?
you should search the wbsite. but first try contacting legal aid, they can serve you, do this as soon as you can. take those papers to them. and go from there. also if you can find an legal representative who specialized in that field. because as a tenant you do have rights. and you entail to excersice them. so contact legal aid. asap. good luck and god bless. also try to contact the tenants rights association within you area..
The Notice to Pay Rent or Quit is a form see used to demand the rent payment that is overdue and payable. You are lawfully alerting the tenant with this form that you're about to begin eviction proceedings against him if the non-attendance is not cured within a set amount of days.
The Notice to Pay Rent or Quit usually is enough to jolt a behind tenant into paying the rent- (if he is able to).
So in short......no, you are not evicted. Just continue to discharge your rent on time and you will be fine.
Call the rental company--some start the process if you are over 1 day late beside the rent. Since they received the money they should be willing to stop the order. But legally you be late and they can still start the eviction process or charge you a late fee.